ADVANCED ENCRYPTION STANDARD USING FPGA OVERNETWORK

Keywords: FPGA, Advanced Encryption Standard, VHDL, security by AES, 256-AES, encryption by AES

Abstract

The increase number of eavesdropping or cracker to attack the information and hack the privacy of people. So, the essential issue is making system capable of ciphering information with rapid speed. Due to the advance in computer eavesdropping and cracker that made them to analysis the way of ciphering in rapid speed way. The development in the computer especially in the rapid processer in the last decade create the breaching of any system is a matter of time. Owing to most of breaching ways are based on analysis of system that requireы to be breached and to try brute force on that system to crack it. However, the lacking of influential processers that are capable of breaching system since earlier processors are limit to number of instructions. It can be done in second, which was not sufficient trying to break the system using brute force. In addition, the time required is far away from getting valuable messages in the time that needed. So, the research gives the focus on performing rapid system for ciphering the information rapidly and changing the ciphering every few milliseconds. The changing of ciphering in every millisecond helps system form preventing the eavesdropping and cracker from imposing brute force on the system and hacking the messages and images. The system that created is based on Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which is it very best performing algorithm in ciphering and deciphering since it doesn’t need complex mathematical formula. The research is about designing system that capable of performing AES by using high processer designed on Field programmable gate Area (FPGA). The ciphering of AES using FPGA helps minimize the time required to cipher the information. Also, the research will focus on ciphering and deciphering of images by AES using FPGA

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Author Biographies

Hind Ali Abdul Hasan, Alkut College University

Department of Laser & Optoelectronics Engineering

Safaa Maijd Mohammed, Al-Farahidi University

Department of Medical Instrumentation

Noor Hayder Abdul Ameer, University of Technology

Department of Computer

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2021-01-29
How to Cite
Hasan, H. A. A., Mohammed, S. M., & Ameer, N. H. A. (2021). ADVANCED ENCRYPTION STANDARD USING FPGA OVERNETWORK. EUREKA: Physics and Engineering, (1), 32-39. https://doi.org/10.21303/2461-4262.2021.001613
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Computer Science